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Sun Ray Administration Workshop

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Sun Ray technology is a secure, cost effective solution that delivers rich, virtual Windows, Linux, or Solaris OS desktops to Sun Ray clients. The Sun Ray Server Software is centrally managed, enhancing security and reducing both complexity and administration costs. This five-day workshop introduces students to Sun Ray technology and software administration. Along with installing the Sun Ray Server Software, the students will be introduced to the architectural details of the software, providing a foundation to understand the individual features introduced in subsequent modules. These features include session mobility (hotdesking), the use of Server Groups for failover and load balancing, and device management of USB devices and printers. Additional virtualization topics such as Sun Ray Connector for Windows OS and Sun Secure Global Desktop Software are also introduced. Students who can benefit from this courseSystem Administrators, Desktop Administrators, and Data Center Managers


  • System Administration for the Solaris Operating System, Part 2 (SA-202-S10)
  • Administer the Solaris OS
  • Administer Ethernet networks
  • Perform Solaris installation and configuration tasks


  • Describe the architecture of the Sun Ray Server solution
  • Perform the installation and configuration for the Sun Ray Software
  • Manage Desktop units (DTUs) and their attached devices, smart cards, tokens and sessions
  • Implement Failover Server Groups and session mobility (hotdesking)
  • Describe and implement the additional features associated with Sun Ray Server Software
  • Troubleshoot installation and configuration issues associated with Sun Ray Software
  • Discuss the role of Sun Ray Software in desktop virtualization solutions


Overview of Sun Ray Technology

  • Introduction to Sun Ray technology
  • Supported environments with Sun Ray Software
  • Components of the Sun Ray system
  • How to obtain Sun Ray Software (SRS)
  • Overview of the DeskTops Units (DTUs)
  • Configuration and usage for DTUs
  • Interconnect options for the Sun Ray environment
  • New features

Sun Ray Architecture

  • Sun Ray Software architecture components
  • Sun Ray DTU functions
  • Sun Ray DTU firmware administration
  • Sun Ray Software Authentication Manager functionality
  • Sun Ray Software Session Manager functionality
  • Sun Ray Software Group Manager failover capabilities
  • System administration tools
  • Sun Ray networking and network sizing recommendations

Sun Ray Installation

  • Sun Ray Software installation on the Solaris OS
  • Sun Ray Software Linux installation requirements
  • Installing SRS on a Solaris Trusted Extensions system
  • Configuring the SRS web GUI interface for non-root access

DTU Boot Process

  • Processes and protocols used by the DTU and SRS
  • Overview of the DTU boot process
  • The role of the Power-on Self-test (POST)
  • The DTU firmware validation process
  • The network interface validation process
  • The role of DHCP in configuring the DTUs
  • The DTU authentication process
  • Troubleshooting the DTU boot process

Session Management

  • How SRSS manages sessions
  • How SRS authenticates tokens
  • Moving sessions from one SRS server to another in a failover group
  • How SRSS utilizes Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) technology
  • Forms of authentication supported by SRS
  • SRSS hot keys for control of the DTUs
  • How to kill a session
  • Troubleshooting common session issues

Device Management

  • How Sun Ray Software maintains hardware information about DTUs
  • How Sun Ray Software tracks information about attached USB devices
  • Sun Ray Software commands for USB device management
  • How mass storage is mounted for a DTU
  • How SRSS makes audio services available to a DTU
  • Troubleshooting common DTU device issues

Failover Group

  • Failover group concepts
  • Load balancing configuration in a failover group
  • Overview of the failover process
  • Failover group server requirements
  • Planning network configurations for failover groups
  • Configuring session mobility (hotdesking)
  • Troubleshooting failover group issues

Multihead Groups

  • The purpose and benefits of multihead support
  • Setting up and configuring a multihead group of DTUs


  • The features and benefits of Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
  • VDI integration with SRS
  • The features and benefits of Sun VirtualBox
  • VirtualBox integration with SRS
  • Features and benefits of Sun Secure Global Desktop (SGD)
  • SGD integration with SRSS
  • The role of Sun Ray Connector for Windows OS

Windows Connectivity

  • Features and benefits of the Sun Ray Connector for Windows OS
  • Sun Ray Connector for Windows OS software installation and configuration
  • PC/SC-lite Software installation

Advanced Configurations

  • Configuring additional SRS server administrators
  • Overview of key components for Kiosk Mode
  • Configuring the SRS server to support Kiosk Mode
  • Adding additional Kiosk Mode users
  • Adding and removing Kiosk Mode applications
  • Troubleshooting a Kiosk Mode application

Monitoring Tools

  • How Sun Management Center integrates with SRS
  • How SunMC alarms are used with SRS
  • Other SNMP monitoring products available for SRS
  • Integration of Sun xVM Ops Center with SRS
  • Integration of Sun Desktop Manager (SDM) with SRS
  • Troubleshooting SDM issues


  • Using tools and SRS log files to troubleshoot Sun Ray issues
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